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Blog Posts in August, 2019

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  • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

    A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

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  • Kroger on hook for $81M after customer shot and paralyzed
    Kroger on hook for $81M after customer shot and paralyzed

    A Georgia jury awarded $81 million to a customer of Kroger who was robbed and shot multiple times in the parking lot in January 2015. The store had acknowledged the need for a dedicated security ...

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  • Widows of Virginia State Police troopers killed in 2017 Charlottesville helicopter crash file separate wrongful death lawsuits
    Widows of Virginia State Police troopers killed in 2017 Charlottesville helicopter crash file separate wrongful death lawsuits

    In continuing coverage, the AP (8/14) reports that, according to the Daily Progress, Amanda Bates and Karen Cullen, the widows of Virginia State Police (VSP) troopers H. Jay Cullen and Berke M.M. ...

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  • Paralyzed woman recovers $56M after botched spinal surgery
    Paralyzed woman recovers $56M after botched spinal surgery

    A jury awarded $55.9 million to a Pomona woman and her husband after a medical malpractice trial over allegations that a botched spinal surgery left her a quadriplegic. The woman, Patricia Jones, was ...

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  • NCAA Concussion Class Settlement Worth $75M
    NCAA Concussion Class Settlement Worth $75M

    The National Collegiate Athletic Association will spend $75 million to resolve a class action over collegiate athletes’ brain injuries under a settlement that won final court approval. The $70 million ...

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  • $35M verdict against Jehovah’s Witnesses
    $35M verdict against Jehovah’s Witnesses

    Juror Dan Stinnett, in his first interview about the case, explained how he and eight other Sanders County jurors found the Jehovah’s Witnesses governing organizations negligent and “guilty of malice” ...

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